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mdncnsn
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How should I categorize my bank deposits if I have already applied each individual check to it's corresponding invoice and now I am depositing several checks at once?

 
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Rubielyn_J
QuickBooks Team

How should I categorize my bank deposits if I have already applied each individual check to it's corresponding invoice and now I am depositing several checks at once?

I'd be glad to help you categorize bank deposits in QuickBooks Online, @mdncnsn

 

If the several checks are downloaded as a single transaction, you can find the match and then select all invoices that are covered in that one particular downloaded entry. 

 

Here's how: 

 

  1. Go to Banking or Transactions on the left panel.
  2. Choose the Banking tab.
  3. In the For Review section, click the transaction you want to pair.
  4. Select the Find match radio button. 

  5. In the Match Transactions window, choose the Date, and if you see any possible matches, put a checkmark on the transactions.
  6. Once done, click Save.

 

If each check is downloaded, you can match it to the applied payment. For more information about categorizing transactions in QuickBooks, feel free to open this resource: Review the downloaded bank and credit card entry.

 

In addition, I've attached this article to help you reconcile your account in QuickBooks Online. This is to ensure that they match your bank and credit card statements. 

 

Keep in touch if you have other questions about categorizing deposits in QuickBooks. I'll be happy to assist you again. Stay safe and take care.

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Rubielyn_J
QuickBooks Team

How should I categorize my bank deposits if I have already applied each individual check to it's corresponding invoice and now I am depositing several checks at once?

I'd be glad to help you categorize bank deposits in QuickBooks Online, @mdncnsn

 

If the several checks are downloaded as a single transaction, you can find the match and then select all invoices that are covered in that one particular downloaded entry. 

 

Here's how: 

 

  1. Go to Banking or Transactions on the left panel.
  2. Choose the Banking tab.
  3. In the For Review section, click the transaction you want to pair.
  4. Select the Find match radio button. 

  5. In the Match Transactions window, choose the Date, and if you see any possible matches, put a checkmark on the transactions.
  6. Once done, click Save.

 

If each check is downloaded, you can match it to the applied payment. For more information about categorizing transactions in QuickBooks, feel free to open this resource: Review the downloaded bank and credit card entry.

 

In addition, I've attached this article to help you reconcile your account in QuickBooks Online. This is to ensure that they match your bank and credit card statements. 

 

Keep in touch if you have other questions about categorizing deposits in QuickBooks. I'll be happy to assist you again. Stay safe and take care.

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Rubielyn_J
QuickBooks Team

How should I categorize my bank deposits if I have already applied each individual check to it's corresponding invoice and now I am depositing several checks at once?

Hi, @mdncnsn.

 

Hope you’re doing great. I wanted to see how everything is going about categorizing the bank deposits concern you had the other day. Was it resolved? Do you need any additional help or clarification? If you do, just let me know. I’d be happy to help you at any time.

 

Looking forward to your reply. Have a pleasant day ahead!

mdncnsn
Level 1

How should I categorize my bank deposits if I have already applied each individual check to it's corresponding invoice and now I am depositing several checks at once?

Hi, I have a new issue. For some reason, my credit card (Capitol One) stopped talking to Quickbooks and when I finally noticed the problem and reconnected the account, none of the credit card transactions got inputted into Quickbooks. Is there a way to have QB automatically pull the missing transactions? Or do I have to input all the missing transactions manually? And if it must be done manually, what is the procedure for this?

 

Thank you!

 

(If this is a whole new question and needs to be asked as such, please let me know!)

Rose-A
Moderator

How should I categorize my bank deposits if I have already applied each individual check to it's corresponding invoice and now I am depositing several checks at once?

I appreciate you getting back to us, mdncnsn.

 

I can share the step-by-step process on how you can manually import the missing transactions from your credit card into QuickBooks Online. To get started, you can use our WebConnect feature.

 

Here's how: Step 1: Pick a start date:

 

  1. In QuickBooks, go to the Accounting menu and then select Chart of Accounts.
  2. Look for the bank or credit card account you want to upload the transactions into.
  3. Click View register.
  4. Find and write down the date of the oldest transaction. Usually, the oldest transaction is the opening balance.

 

Step 2: Get transactions from your bank:

 

  1. Sign in to your bank or credit card’s website.
  2. Follow your bank’s instructions for how to download CSV files of your transactions to your computer. Every financial institution has different steps. For Bank of AmericaChase, and Wells Fargo.
  3. Check the date range for the download. It should be at least one day before the date of your oldest transaction.
  4. Download your transactions. Save the file somewhere you can easily find it, like your computer's desktop.

 

For other steps, you can refer to this article (proceed to Step 3): Manually upload transactions into QuickBooks Online. On the same write-up, you'll find links on how to set up bank rules as well as reconciling your account.

 

Once imported, I recommend editing, assigning, and categorizing your transactions. Also, you can match them to the existing entries in the software. Just go to the For Review tab from the Banking menu. Doing so will help you ensure the accuracy of your financial records.

 

I'm only a post away if you have any questions about this topic or anything else you need in QuickBooks. Have a wonderful day! Take care.

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